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Time and time again I work with talented, forward thinking ambitious leaders, who already have a track record of success. One of the questions that comes up time and time again, How do I ensure my team are loyal and committed?

The reality is, it’s tough and only the best leaders every really achieve this. It’s true; the demand for high performers is competitive, more competitive than I have ever known in over a decade of talent management and coaching. Organisations are required to do more, with less and far quicker than ever before. We all know that having the right people in place is what gives you that competitive edge.

There’s no question about it, the right people in the right roles who have great leaders increase performance and ultimately profits.
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You have a great business idea, you have loads of motivation to get your idea off the ground and build a business, but the simple fact is you can’t do it alone. (Not if you are planning to grow your business to more than just you)

Bringing a group of people together whom you can call your team is the relatively easy bit, leading that team to success and ensuring you don’t lose them along the way is the tricky bit.

Many organisations reward good and consistent performers with a promotion into a management role without any formal management training or coaching. It’s no wonder that they end up “leading” underperforming and unmotivated teams.

In reality, people want to do a good job and be rewarded for that good job – financially and with recognition. When you are an effective leader you will be rewarded with a team that’s enthusiastic and highly productive and where most will go above and beyond what’s asked of them – all because of you, their manager.

So just how you do become a better boss, well here’s 7 easy things you can do:

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Emotional intelligence – that’s what!

Think back over your life, who has inspired you the most, a parent, a teacher or one of your managers perhaps? Maybe several people have inspired you throughout your life? What was it that inspired you? ..

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